Raccolta di time lapse ripresi nel corso del 2016 con telefono LG-G5; parecchie scene “saltellano” perché il telefono era tenuto in sede sul treppiede da un “coso” improvvisato che tuttora lo adorna.
Le riprese effettuate utilizzando lo zoom, cioè buona parte di quelle proposte, pagano uno scotto in termini di qualità; del resto a me interessava sperimentare la diavoleria. Alla ripresa la risoluzione era di 1920×1080 pixel (full HD), questo video ha il formato 1280×720 px.
Ogni scena corrisponde a un tempo reale mediamente tra i 15 e i 20 minuti.
I’ve been chasing the monsoon in Arizona for about 6-7 years now. This summer was different though. Back in late July, I was wondering why it felt like I was out chasing more than ever before. And then I remembered. I had a job last summer. This year I didn’t. I went full-time photography in November of 2014 and haven’t looked back.
I was free to roam and had virtually no limitations. I even had multiple chases where I never actually wend to bed, but instead chased all night. I took the kids to New Mexico at one point early in the season.[…]
Two years and many seasons in the making. Some time ago I had this idea of creating a long-term time lapse of the seasons. That idea turned into an idea with a drone and a farm in Pennsylvania. The first shot of this video was filmed in the spring of 2015 and the final was shot January 2017
All summer long when I’m chasing storms, I’m also time-lapsing. It’s actually my main goal when I’m out there. A clip here and a clip there. Some days you get nothing great, some days you get SIX amazing scenes in a single afternoon. A powerful rain shaft. An intense hail core dump. Shelf clouds. Dust storms. Lightning. The Milky Way. That’s what I’m capturing out here in Arizona between June 15th and September 30th every year, which is our official monsoon window. And this is the result of all that time spent. […]
Explore southern New Zealand in a journey from the dry highlands of canterbury to the lush rainforests of the westcoast and the rugged coastlines of the south to the highest peaks of the southern Alps. Captured in incredibly detailed 8K resolution and mastered at 60fps this video is aimed to bring you as close to the scenery as being just on location.
Within the production-time of 16weeks, 185000 photos have been taken, 8TB of raw-material shot, over 220 hours of time captured, 8000km driven and over 1000 hours have been spent for post-production.
Visit my website for information about the project: http://timestormfilms.net/new-zealand…
A celebration of the wilder parts of Scotland in autumn. A compilation of time lapse videos made over the last few months stravaiging around the Isle of Skye, Ayrshire, Argyll, the Cairngorms and Assynt. There was some nice snow as autumn tipped into early winter and I even managed to make my first underwater time lapse :-) […]
GRAND TETON 8K is the culmination of nearly a month spent filming in the spectacular Jackson Hole Valley and the foothills of the Teton Mountain Range. Encompassing nearly 500 square miles, Grand Teton National Park boasts an awe-inspiring array of pristine wilderness, glacial lakes, winding rivers, diverse wildlife, and the magnificent Teton Range. Journey with More Than Just Parks as we explore a land dominated by towering peaks, apex predators, and majestic beauty. This is Grand Teton. Filmed primarily in 8K.